In our time, the issue of vegetarianism is very relevant. On this occasion, there are many disputes in which we hear the arguments for and for and against eating slaughter food. Scientists as always contradict each other. But we can deal with this issue in good faith and thoughtfully, right? So let's see!
All world religions initially opposed the power of slaughter food.
This is especially manifested in Hinduism and Buddhism, where the principle of Ahimsa (non-violence) is widely applied. And even in Islam, we will be able to see recommendations for non-eating meat, namely, Mohammed’s best student said: “Do not make your stomachs graves for animals.” And one of the quotations of the Buddha was: "I did not allow anyone to eat meat, I do not allow it now and I will never allow it in the future, anywhere, under any circumstances and in any form; it is once and for all forbidden for everyone." However, in the Vedic scriptures there is no such categoricalness and it is allowed to eat meat, if a person’s life depends on it and he cannot save it otherwise, but under no circumstances and under any pretext.
But let's take a look at it from the standpoint of physiology and the processes associated with the digestion and assimilation of meat in the body.
Recall how rich meat is.
Meat is muscle, and muscle is saturated with lactic and uric acid. During the disintegration in the body, the meat actively secretes these acids, which tend to accumulate in the tissues and concentrate in them, thereby making them less elastic, subjecting them to destruction. Also, meat is a dead tissue in which, as it is known, it is common for cadaveric poison to form. This substance is formed within three hours after the death of the animal, which is why in Nature the predators do not eat the carcass that has lain more than three hours. And the meat that we can see on the shelves was killed not three hours ago, and days, weeks, maybe even months ago. Conclusions can do yourself.
Now consider and compare the length of the intestine in herbivores, predators and humans. In predators, the intestine is only 3 times the length of the body, while the stomach has a very high acidity, so the meat is quickly digested and evacuated through the short intestine. In herbivores, the intestine is 16 times longer than the body, and the stomach has a low acidity, suitable for digesting plant foods, the long intestine allows you to absorb all the necessary substances from it. In humans, the intestines are 20 times as long as the body! The stomach has a low acidity, insufficient for complete and harmless digestion of heavy meat food, thus, not fully digested meat enters the superlong intestine and begins to rot in it, releasing toxins, which are rotting products. As a result, there is an unpleasant smell from the mouth, rashes can appear on the skin.
Many opponents of vegetarianism complain that the meat supposedly contains irreplaceable substances, but this is far from the truth. All the necessary substances we can find in milk and dairy products, legumes, nuts, vegetables, vegetable oils.
Meat contains only 35% of nutrients. In plants - 90%. Compared with vegetable food, there are few vitamins, carbohydrates, and minerals in it (and, during cooking, they are destroyed to a considerable extent, they become non-digestible). On the digestion of meat the human body requires a large amount of time and, consequently, energy. Thus, the efficiency of meat food (the ratio of energy obtained from the assimilation of meat to the energy spent on its digestion) is very small. That is, the more the body spends energy on the digestion of food - the less energy remains on the rest of life.
It takes 6-8 hours to digest meat (vegetables - 4, fruits - 1), so by the next meal, this meat will not have time to digest completely and partially begin to rot, and since it’s impossible to eat protein all day, this The next intake in the body will be side by side incompatible products, which will further enhance the rot. Rotting undigested meat releases methane, which destroys vitamin B3, as a result (without this vitamin), the enzyme insulin loses its activity and sugar in the blood is not converted into animal sugar - glycogen. So there is diabetes.
In fact, the benefits of vegetarianism and the inappropriateness of meat-eating can be said very, very much. Here you can cite as an example the process of formation and transformation of tissues, which shows us the ancient science of health Ayurveda. The bottom line is that all our tissues originate from the food eaten. That is, in fact: We are what we eat. And if we eat meat (and this is by its nature just a corpse), then who then are we ourselves?
And if you look at the problem from an energy point of view, the meat carries information about the death agony of a dead animal, which inevitably corresponds to the energy matrix of the human body and necessarily gives its echo.
Many people motivate meat intake because it is very tasty, but if for someone the main criterion is taste, then the most tasty meat is human, namely, the meat of children under five years old. This information was confirmed by an independent traveler who, by fateful coincidence, fell into a tribe of cannibals and lived there for some time. Since this traveler was a wealthy man, he managed to redeem his life. And for some time he had to live in this tribe, and eat the same as the population of the tribe. And when it tasted human meat, he said that "I did not eat anything tastier in life." So draw conclusions, dear readers.
Do not be an enemy of your body, but become its best friend and sensitive companion.
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